I'm a pretty regular guy I guess, keep busy with friends, work and whatever else life brings. I enjoy going out, having a nice meal, or just go experience something, anything. But, may at times just lay down with a good book (well, to be honest, I read quite alot).
When not working or spending time with my daughter or friends, I enjoy diving.
I'm also a reformed "metalhead", who cut his hair short and turned boringly conservative, with a nice job in business management, liberal views, and with a few odd interests here and there. All though, I still do like to go to rock/metal concerts and look with envy at those who still have the hair for headbanging (nah, not really).
When not workin, I'm diving, hanging out with some friends, or some of the other usual stuff that makes up what is called "a life".
So many good books to choose from.
Brave New World, Lord of The Flies, De Dødes Tjern, Merchant of Venice, Freakonomics and Super Freakonomics.
Anything fantasy, horror, scifi or thrillers.
I'm always reading something.
The Big Bang Theory
V (both the original and the new)
Game of Thrones
House of Cards
Breaking Bad (This is probably the wrong place to mention I like cooking, yes food, not the blue stuff)
Pretty much everything, but mostly rock, metal and blues.
To be honest, quite a lot of thoughts go into how to coordinate work with my personal life and daughter.
Besides those practical issues, I guess I often wonder about people's apparent irrationality. Take for instance, even if you are unsure about whether or not global warming is real. Wouldn't it still be rational to treat the issue as if it was real? After all, if it turns out to be real (which I believe) and you thought it was not and did nothing, there's no going back, the damage is done. But if it's not real and you did something, we'd still be better off with less pollution and more renewable energy sources.